The picture shows things you might put in a kit. I did not have small bottles but that is what this kit was designed to hold.
Cut (1) Vinyl 10" wide X 42 1/2" long I used part of a table cloth
Cut 2 Fabric ties from scraps 20" long or Velcro for closure
Matching thread and sewing needle
Left over vinyl scrap for First Aid Kit's Label
Seam ripper optional
Lay the vinyl on top of that right side up.
Lay the left over fabric piece right side down so the fabric pieces will be right sides together.
Trim loose threads.
Turn right side out.
Press carefully; don't get too close to the seam and melt the vinyl.
Mark each pocket 6" across using a sewing pin or light pen to mark it because it will show. Chalk would be best or pins.
Sew each pocket by hand or machine.
The pictures show things in the pocket so you can see the finished pocket.
Hand sew or machine stitch both ends.
Trim all loose threads.
Cut (1) label from the vinyl 3 1/2" X 6".
Turn under all 4 edges 1/4".
Center the label on the front of the kit.
Hand stitch the edges.
Label the kit using the red marker.
Tie with the fabric scraps or use Velcro.
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